“A Third Word on the Capitalist System,” by Andrew Schatkin In two previous essays one entitled “Why Capitalism is a Failed Idea” and another entitled “Why Capitalism is a Failed Idea,” once again I examined what I see as a failed capitalist system with its
Ken Behr is a former Ford executive that left early to pursue education, entrepreneurship, and ministry callings. He is the current pastor at Faith Dialogue, a nondenominational fellowship in Celebration, FL, and the President/Founder of a commercial lending company.
“Why Capitalism is a Failed Idea: Once Again,” by Andrew J. Schatkin In a previous blog and essay entitled, “Why Capitalism is a Failed Idea,” taken from my book “Essays on the Christian Worldview,” I posited that the capitalistic system had serious and significant defects
“Socialism and Capitalism: A Proposed Explanation and Answer,” by Andrew J. Schatkin The two main economic systems in the world today are socialism—to some extent Communism, and Marxism—and Capitalism. Capitalism has come to dominate the economic scene in the world today. At one time, China
“Love Your Neighbor As Yourself,” by Andrew J. Schatkin In his teachings, Jesus of Nazareth said many things in many situations. One of his most thought provoking commandments is found in the Gospels of Matthew and Mark. The Disciple Matthew presents in Chapter 19 Jesus
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James Winston Morris is an Islamic theologian, currently Professor in the Department of Theology at Boston College.
“Is the Bible to be Taken Literally?” by Andrew J. Schatkin For many people in secular society, the Bible is largely irrelevant and is seen rather as a series of fanciful stories. This approach to the Bible does not understand fully what the Bible wants
Mark S. Massa, SJ, is the Director of the Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life at Boston College. From 2010 to 2016 he was Dean of the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry. Massa founded the Curran Center for American Catholic Studies
There are two versions of the Sermon on the Mount found in Matthew 5:1-11 and Luke 6:20-22. The Sermon on the Mount contains the most advanced moral and ethical thinking and nothing approaching it can be found in Graeco-Roman thought which. It is only in